Introduction to WP Rig (Part 1)

WP Rig is a theme development rig. We can define rig as something like a setup or a gear used for a particular purpose. WP Rig is an open-source project originally created by Morten Rand-Hendriksen with the support of LinkedIn Learning. We write PHP codes, CSS rules, JavaScript. We Rig optimizes our codes, minifies them.  […]

Update / Change recipient E-mail address in Contact form 7

Simple Example of implementing Walker_Nav_Menu Class

In reference to the WordPress Codex, the Walker class was implemented in WordPress 2.1 to provide developers with a means to traverse tree-like data structures for the purpose of rendering HTML. The detail information about the walker class can be found in the WordPress Codex. Here is a simple example.

In the above block of code, the wp_nav_menu() function takes $defaults as […]

Hook into Contact Form 7

Contact form 7 is a really amazing WordPress plugin developed by Takayuki Miyoshi available for download from http://wordpress.org/plugins/contact-form-7/ Some key features of contact form 7 are: Ajax Form Submission Multiple form Captcha Spam Filter Multilingual and many more. [gad] I am assuming here that you are familiar with Contact Form 7 or have used this plugin at least once […]

Add Conditional Styles in WordPress theme

A Standard Conditional IE comment looks like this

You can easily code this in your header.php file and it will work fine but it’s not a good practice to do so. A better option is to use the functions and hooks provided by WordPress. You can add the following code to your functions.php file […]

Pagination – Same list of posts in every page issue !

As per Wikipedia, Pagination is the sequence of numbers assigned to pages in a book or periodical. In WordPress, we generally use WP_Query or query_posts to fetch posts and display the list with pagination. A simple query would look like this:

This will work just fine in most of the cases but sometimes we hear […]